3 tips to successfully launch a new performance program
Learn how HR and talent management leaders can successfully launch a new continuous feedback or performance program.
Managing unplanned absences
Absences cannot be predicted, but with a combination of simple strategies and technology the burden of unplanned absences can be eased.
3 tips for improving year-end payroll reconciliation
Learn how payroll and HR teams can prepare throughout the year to ensure your year-end payroll processes are efficient and accurate.
What you need to know about the government shutdown’s effect on HR and payroll compliance processes
It’s been just over three weeks since the government shutdown started, and lots of people and processes have been affected. Here’s a breakdown of what it all means from an HR and payroll compliance perspective.
The 6 predictions that will impact your HR practices in 2019
Regardless of how big your company is, these six trends are predicted to impact your HR practices in 2019.
The most read What Works posts of 2018
This first week back after the holidays is usually the only opportunity to really reflect on the past year. Looking through our most popular posts of 2018, they tell a good story.
4 items on Santa’s scheduling wish list this year
You are not the only one struggling with how to schedule employees while keeping productivity high, avoiding burnout, engaging employees and meeting deadlines – Santa is too!
4 tips to take the pain out of writing performance reviews
Give your managers a few ideas on how to get started so they’re putting together a meaningful performance appraisal that reflects their employee’s contributions.
The top 11 ACA terms you need to know for year end
We’ve pulled together a list of the top ACA terms you should remember to help you shake off the cobwebs and prep for year end.
3 essentials in your business case for timekeeping technology
While understanding the concept of a business case may be simple, constructing it typically isn’t as easy. These are the three things you can’t leave out.